Jessica Jaglois, WKRN

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Past articles by Jessica:

Three teens shot in Nashville in separate self-defense incidents this week

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Three teens have been shot in Nashville this week in separate cases where the shooter fired in self-defense. On Monday, a 19-year-old was shot after allegedly trying to rob a man at an ATM in Antioch. On Wednesday night, an 18-year-old was shot after firing at an Uber driver who shot […] → Read More

Metro police consulting with DA’s Office about charging moms following fatal fire

The Metro Police Youth Services division, the Nashville Fire Marshal and the Department of Children’s Services are consulting with the DA to determine what charges the women could face. → Read More

Nashville judge rules 911 operators can be held partially responsible in Waffle House shooting lawsuit

The judge ruled as part of a lawsuit that was filed on April 22, 2019. → Read More

Teens work to find solutions as number of guns found in schools rise

While the school district says it is working to find solutions, so are a group of Nashville teens. → Read More

House OKs limiting Trump ability to strike Iran

House votes to limit President Donald Trump's ability to conduct military strikes against Iran. → Read More

Fire Department: No smoke alarms in public housing unit where 2 were killed

Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said the fire was accidental and the preliminary cause appears to be smoking but the cause is still under investigation. → Read More

River flooding in Tennessee ruins cotton, soybean crops

In February, flooding along the Mississippi, Tennessee and other rivers in the South caused billions of dollars in damage to homes, businesses and farmland. In late June, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced that U.S. Small Business Administration disaster loans were available to residents and businesses affected by the February flooding in 19 counties. → Read More

Police: Man drunkenly broke into center, tried to play fetch with bobcat

Police in Tennessee say a man told officers he drunkenly broke into a nature center and tried to play fetch with a bobcat, accidentally allowing the creature to escape. → Read More

Mitsubishi’s move to Franklin includes tax incentives

Mitsubishi is promising upwards of 200 jobs and more than $18 million in investments when it moves its headquarters from Orange County, California to Franklin. They are also receiving tax incentives from the state. → Read More

Veterinarian: Bulldog swallows 19 baby pacifiers

A Boston veterinary hospital got quite a surprise recently when a family brought in their bulldog after he stopped eating. → Read More

Elizabeth Thomas weds longtime friend in secret ceremony

It's happily-ever-after for Elizabeth Thomas. The 18-year-old was married on June 15. → Read More

Sumner County woman's disappearance remains mystery after 15 years

Anyone with information on Brandee Tomerson’s disappearance is asked to call the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office at 615-452-2616. → Read More

Nearly 8 years after longtime TSU employee killed on front porch, case remains unsolved

Ed Widsom, Jr. survived World War II. He worked for IBM before he was employed by Tennessee State University. → Read More

Metro police reveal crime scene photos to generate leads for 'solvable' crime

The East Nashville neighborhood has changed since 32-year-old Channing Lockridge was gunned down just two years ago. → Read More

Nearly 2 years after man killed walking out of North Nashville house, case remains unsolved

James Perry was shot and killed on Sept. 23, 2017. → Read More

Family desperate for answers after man shot, killed along Ellington Parkway

Ryan Trent had moved from Knoxville to Nashville in 2015 and was engaged to be married. → Read More

13-year-old DNA under woman's fingernails may solve one of Nashville's most gruesome murders

Metro police are releasing new details in a cold case, which lead to at least two arrests. → Read More

Young woman's murder remains mystery after body found at Nashville trash facility

Twenty-five-year-old Ashley Brown had just moved to Nashville as part of a travel nurse program and was a surgical technician when she was murdered. → Read More

Case remains unsolved nearly 40 years after sisters killed

Fourteen-year-old Carla Atkins and her 16-year-old sister, Vickie Stout, left their Dover, Tennessee, home to walk to a convenience store on September 17, 1980. → Read More

Teen accused father's murder will not be tried as an adult

A teen accused of killing his father will not be tried as an adult. → Read More